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disaggregated

Broken up into parts.
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The least understood and least trained ISB purpose is to deploy airborne forces to forward stage in order to disaggregate and aggregate en route.
It is my hope that they will disaggregate the data for African Americans as well.
For example, Hendry and Hubrich (2006) use disaggregate models to form forecasts for aggregate variables.
A second approach is to disaggregate the data, i.e., group achievement scores by the students' ethnicity, gender, SES, or performance and then make comparisons.
Tax-indifferent accommodation parties: Although many joint ventures with tax-exempt organizations are both beneficial and properly structured, exempt organizations can be used as tax-indifferent accommodation parties to disaggregate and reallocate tax benefits.
The innovation of No Child Left Behind is that it requires districts to disaggregate testing data, preventing districts from allowing high aggregate test scores to hide the fact that their poorer and minority students are falling behind.
Application of Einhorn's (1972) and Bowman's (1963) suggested approaches to the BSC would involve a two-step process: (1) disaggregate the evaluation decision into several smaller decisions and (2) aggregate the smaller decisions into an overall score based on predetermined weights (e.g., Einhorn 1972; Lyness and Cornelius 1982; Edwards and Newman 1982).
The software includes a new tool called Query Builder, which is fully integrated and allows users to produce disaggregate data reports at the most detailed data level.
The federal government is requiring annual testing at every grade level, and requiring states to disaggregate their test scores by racial and socioeconomic backgrounds--a system currently operating in only a handful of states and one that is fraught with technical difficulties.
They "disaggregate" the scores of minorities, the poor, the disabled, migrant farm workers, and those with language barriers (the Senate bill adds gender), separating their scores and requiring progress in each category so that schools can't ignore them--but neither bill accounts for mobile students.
The second task is to use the software to aggregate, disaggregate, clean and re-categorize the original data so it is comparable with other data already in the users' databases.
* Disaggregate estimates by type of service, rather than type of establishment.